Dell tablet may be worth selling used mobile phone for
29 September 2010 — 3:59 PM
People with a mobile phone that is starting to look past its best may wish to sell it once Dell releases a new tablet device.
Michael Sawh, penning a piece for T3, says the manufacturer is "set to unleash" the model in the next few weeks, if comments from its president of Greater China Amit Midha are to be believed.
And it is not only the flagship seven-inch tablet that Dell has planned, with Mr Midha reportedly telling the Wall Street Journal a host of smaller handsets are also on the way.
News of a Dell product comes after the unveiling of both the BlackBerry PlayBook and the Samsung Galaxy S in recent weeks.
Any of the tablets may be seen by consumers as worthwhile investments once they have sold an old mobile phone.
The PlayBook, which was released this week, features a three-megapixel camera and a top-of-the-range internet and web browsing service.
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